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Digital Anti-Piracy Seal Bows

The FBI says it will give the movie, music, and software industries a digital anti-piracy seal, an analog to the FBI's warning displayed at the beginning of videotapes. Joined by execs from the Motion Picture Association of America, the Recording Industry Association of America, the Software and Information Industry Association, and the Entertainment Software Association, FBI officials said last week that the seal not only will deter people engaging in piracy, but it will aid in the prosecution of piracy rings by ensuring that a particular work's status as copyright-protected could not be disputed.

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